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After treatment, many survivors face sexual dysfunction. For young adults, these problems can be especially challenging.
As a family therapist, I've seen many couples over the years whose presenting complaint revolves around sex. Usually it's because the sex is too infrequent, too lackluster, or at the male parter has some kind of sexual dysfunction. (I've only seen one case where the complaint was too much sex!)
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For those who are dealing with sexual dysfunction, anxiety is often not far behind. Comparison, control, and social fears can all complicate sexual relationships. Whether it's a lack of self-esteem, insecurity about sexual ability, or fear of an undesired identity, anxiety plays a role.
Risks include the inability to achieve erections or ejaculate.
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"It's very frustrating being somebody who used to be so interested in sex and having such a voracious sex life only to not
It is quite possible to overcome bedroom challenges, especially when each is approached as a couples issue and without blame.
With Valentine's Day soon approaching comes the question, what is the fix to a languishing libido? In contrast to the myriad of over two dozen approved medical treatments for sexual dysfunction in men, not one medical treatment has been approved for use in women.